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Boulestin Review – What We Thought

New? No – Boulestin has been around for a while, opening in September 2013. Where? 5 St James’s Street, SW1A 1EF www.boulestin.com On the menu: Boulestin update their menu regularly to ensure that their food is always as seasonal as possible. True to its French name, French cuisine is the...

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Absurd Bird Review – What We Thought

New? Yes! It only opened last month.  Where?  54 Commercial Street, Shoreditch, E1 6LT www.absurdbird.com On the Menu: Chicken and a lot of it. Cotswold White and Cotswold Gold breeds are used in Southern US gourmet inspired dishes. There’s a wing section, sides which could be a meal in...

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Roba Review – What We Thought

New? Brand new – Roba opened 11th April 2016 so we went to see how they’re getting on. Where? 34 Norfolk Place, London W2 1QW www.robarestaurant.co.uk On the menu: Roba is all about doing grilled food right. The simple menu is comprised of snacks (which double up as starters) including...

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Savini At Criterion – What We Thought

New?  Yes, Savini at Criterion opened just last month. Where? 224 Piccadilly, London W1J 9HP www.saviniatcriterion.co.ukOn The Menu: A delicious combination of British and Italian dishes.First Impressions: The doorman ushered us in off the busy streets of Piccadilly and helped us through the...

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The Royal Oak Paley Street Review – What We Thought

With the double dose of Bank Holiday weekends in May it’s the perfect opportunity to escape the city for a day and swap your usual Sunday pub lunch with somewhere a little more scenic. The Royal Oak Paley Street is just a 30-minute drive from London, in the village of Bray near Maidenhead, only a...

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Voltaire Review – What We Thought

New? Not at all – Voltaire opened as a part of the Crowne Plaza London hotel back in 2003. It was, however, refurbished in 2013 following the discovery of the vaults. Where? 19 New Bridge Street, City of London, EC4V 6DB www.voltairebar.com First Impressions: Given the need to walk off the...

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Sunborn London Review – What We Thought

As far as London hotels go, Sunborn London has to be one of the most unique in terms of setting, housed in a 128m super yacht docked in the Royal Victoria Docks. It features 136 rooms, many of which have private balconies offering views of London’s iconic skyline as well as a restaurant, bar and...

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Sartoria’s Bar Libare Review – What We Thought

New? A refurbishment of the 1998 restaurant before Christmas makes the space feel new. Immaculately designed by David d’Almada (of The Arts Club, Mayfair), Sartoria is influenced by the glamour and romance of 20th century Italy with the separately titled Libare Bar unveiled alongside the...

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The Mirror Room’s Slow Brunch Review – What We Thought

New? As far as 5* hotels in London go yes, it’s only a couple of years old. Where? Rosewood London, 252 High Holborn, WC1V 7EN, www.rosewoodhotels.com On the menu: The new brunch menu is like your usual hotel breakfast set up with separate counters, these however were weighed down with more...

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The Botanist Review – what we thought

New? No, it’s coming up for its 1st birthday.  Where? The Botanist Broadgate Circle Restaurant and Bar, City of London, EC2M 2QS broadgate.thebotanistlondon.com On the menu: It’s a British menu, with fish dishes being popular. First Impressions: We were greeted by a sea of suits...

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